Linlithgow Oxfam Group Folk Night
We are happy to advertise the Linlithgow Oxfam Group annual Folk Night – one of the major ways in which the group collects money for the crucial work of Oxfam across the world.
On Saturday 27th October, Linlithgow Academy Theatre will play host to several of Scotland’s favourite performers.
- Back by popular request, Sangsters’ unique style of close-harmony music, combined with Fiona’s special brand of song introduction, makes them longstanding favourites of west Lothian audiences, and they really don’t get over the river from Fife often enough!
- Linties are great favourites of Linlithgow audiences, and their performances at Linlithgow Folk Festival’s Matt McGinn Nights are only one aspect of their musical talent and versatility.
- Cockleroy (Neil Macdonald and Bob Proudfoot) are two of West Lothian’s hardest-working and most versatile performers, with a huge repertoire of tunes and songs, many of which they have written themselves. They can regularly be seen playing at Linlithgow Farmers’ Market, and are looking forward to performing in the warm!
Support will be provided by:
- Sangschule, West Lothian’s own traditional song group with a membership drawn from across the district and beyond.
There will be a licensed bar, Oxfam and Fairtrade stalls.
Starts 7.30 pm (doors open 7.00 pm).
Tickets: £10 (Conc. £8) (unreserved seating) available from ‘Celebrate Linlithgow’ box office at: